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The Felice Brothers and Johnathan Rice at The Chapel (June 19, 2019)
Venue: The Chapel (San Francisco, CA, US) Find tickets
The Felice Brothers with Johnathan Rice at Doug Fir Lounge (June 21, 2019)
Venue: Doug Fir Lounge (Portland, OR, US) Find tickets
The Felice Brothers and Johnathan Rice at The Tractor Tavern (June 22, 2019)
Venue: The Tractor Tavern (Seattle, WA, US) Find tickets
Johnathan Rice Jun 17, 2019
Thanks to the fine folks at FLOOD Magazine for this feature.
Johnathan Rice Jun 14, 2019
I wrote a piece for Tucson Weekly about five of my favorite records. Also, I am now a journalist covering the music and enchilada scenes in Tucson 🌮🌯🎸
Johnathan Rice Jun 12, 2019
Stopping by KUTX 98.9 today at 3 PM CST/4 PM EST/1 PM PST to play some songs off my new record. Tune in here:
Johnathan Rice May 30, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 28, 2019
Johnathan Rice May 24, 2019
Check out the lyric video for Johnathan's new single "Millions of Miles" featuring Courtney Marie Andrews :
Johnathan Rice May 22, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 21, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 07, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 07, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 06, 2019
Club Cafe
Johnathan Rice May 04, 2019
Less than one week til The Long Game. Link to pre-order, pre-save, pre-meditate, as it was all pre-predestined in a previous life below:
Johnathan Rice May 03, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 03, 2019
Johnathan Rice May 02, 2019
The Felice Brothers
Johnathan Rice May 02, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice May 01, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice Apr 30, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice Apr 29, 2019
Today's Haiku
Johnathan Rice Apr 28, 2019
A haiku for Sunday morning
Johnathan Rice Apr 26, 2019
Today’s haiku.
Johnathan Rice Apr 04, 2019
Thank you The World Famous KROQ Kat Corbett !!!!
Johnathan Rice Mar 21, 2019
Last week's fun times with Busy Tonight Rita Wilson
Johnathan Rice Dec 14, 2018 This song is a story I wrote with Jason Boesel and Courtney Marie Andrews. It’s about a child and his mother trying to make it to the other side of the border. Reasons beyond their control intervene, and they don’t make it. This song is my way of calling attention to the current humanitarian crisis taking place at our border with Mexico. Like many of you, I was devastated by the images in the press of mothers being gassed, of little children in cages sleeping on foil blankets. Believe me - as bad as those images are - the worst is yet to come if we do not act immediately. A few months ago I traveled down to the U.S.-Mexico border with a group of like-minded people to learn more about the situation, and hear about how to help. I started writing this song on the bus ride home. It was recorded in LA a few weeks ago. Our immigration system has been broken for a long time. Although this new administration has an especially vicious take on our policy towards migrants, the stain is on all of us. The fault lies not with a single political party. It lies in our own collective failure to embody the ideals we claim to hold so dear. Yes - it's easy to feel helpless; however, there is so much we can do. When I was down in San Diego, Zoe Winkler, Yolanda S. Walther-Meade and Elsa Collins showed our group that there is a strong and vital network of activists and caregivers who are proactive and doing incredible work on the frontline. They and the organizations they work are saving lives and reuniting families. I want to shine a light on one of these organizations - Al Otro Lado. Al Otro Lado‘s Border Rights program hosts know-your-rights training and legal orientation workshops in migrant shelters in Tijuana, Mexico, and provides direct legal representation to detained asylum seekers in Southern California. The program documents human rights violations committed against asylum seekers at the port-of-entry and inside immigration detention. Data from the project has been cited by Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and Human Rights First. The Border Rights Program also provides technical assistance to attorneys with case needs in Mexico. 100% of the proceeds from this song will go to Al Otro Lado. #keepfamiliestogether #thisisabouthumanity Donate to El Otro Lado Here: